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benmeroff

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  1. Sorry to resurrect this thread after almost 3 years now, but I'm curious if there is a way now to have Alfred provide thumbnails in place of file type icons in the actual search results without having to enter and browse a folder. I'm a graphic designer and use Alfred daily to find and open graphic files that I've worked on, but with so many similar files of the same filetype a search list becomes hard to sort through. For instance, I would love to have the ability to see thumbnails of all listed files in a list of JPG files with similar filenames and be able to visuall
  2. I know this is now over 3 years old, but you could just use the -S switch which reads the password from STDIN: Example: echo <password> | sudo -S apachect1 stop >/dev/null; The only downside is that Terminal will display your password using this method, but if you're the only one using your machine that may not be an issue for you.
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